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into the west valley. >>> let's go to steve. >> all right, sal. calm, not much of a breeze. there's no howling offshore breeze. if there was, like we had in 1980, then we would have record- setting territory possible today. still, on this date in 1980, name, 106, san francisco, 97, san rafael 107. temperatures warmed up. it was a very cool tent for downtown san francisco. the average high was only 57.7. that's 5 degrees below average. usually in september we get our first rain from the north. haven't seen it yet. only trace. normal is about .25 and 20 days observed of fog. it's very late in the year for fog. today, we're good to go, clear skies, temperatures 45 to 61. san francisco hitting that 49. and then 58 high pressure will start to -- and then high pressure will start to build to the north. warm hot, maybe inland tomorrow, still warm to hot. but i think by tomorrow we'll see a westerly breeze and then by wednesday/thursday, it looks like a big drop in our temperatures. warm to hot. 90 to 100 near the bay. 101 clearlake. brentwood, 100. livermore, 99. berkeley, 85. oakland 86. near 100 mo
of interviews for "60 minutes," steve kroft and i asked about their medicare plans. >> what i won't do is take governor romney and congressman ryan's recommendations to turn medicare into a voucher system which would dump more costs on to seniors. what i'm not willing to do is to pay for another tax cut for folks like you and me by cutting help to young people to go to college or basic research that might end up providing cures for debilitating diseases. that's not a recipe for growth and we can reduce our deficit, including making some smart decisions on medicare in particular, where we're focused on lowering health care costs by reforming how health care is delivered but we don't need to be voucherizing the system to dump those costs on to seniors because, frankly, they can't afford it right now. >> pelley: there is a lot of rhetoric about medicare. what do you intend to do? >> well, i don't want any change to medicare for current seniors or for those that are nearing retirement. so the plan stays exactly same. >> pelley: make sure i understand. the idea under your plan for future seniors wo
't find out i hosted the charlie sheen roast." hugh jackman hosted in 2009, alec baldwin and steve martin in 2010. they tried to go young in 2011 with james franco and anne hathaway. and earlier this year, back to classics, billy crystal hosting for the ninth time. speaking of oscar hosts, two-time host, jon stewart, sat down last night on "the daily show" with former california governor arnold schwarzenegger. arnold making the rounds promoting "total recall," contains less than flattering details about his personal life including revelations about that affair with his former housekeeper. jon stewart tried to get into that subject by referring to arnold's acting career. >> so listen. so you obviously, you know, we've got to get the elephant out of the room. obviously what everybody's thinking about when they look at this is, what were you thinking with "jingle all the way"? i mean, seriously. just dreadful. just dreadful. did anybody ever say to you, like your family, don't do this, dude. don't, don't. >> i think that my kids have a hard time with that. >> sure. >> you know, look. this wa
and a food guy in this day and age to do that? >> i'm no steve jobs but thank you for your exaggeration. first you need to under your job as a chef is singularly to make people happy. that's it. so if you're one of those guys who think my job is to make me happy, you're in the wrong business. you should be a painter, you should be in a studio like this in some undeveloped area and paint all day long and if somebody buys your art great, if somebody doesn't that's fine too. we make food for people. this is a service for people who need on a daily basis. >> you can have this dish with anybody who would you have with it? >> anybody? what's wrong with who i have it now. >> we love that answer. >> we never get that answer. >> i would love for my grandmother to be here so i could show what i've learned what to do. after listening to lady gaga story she should be here to try these meat balls. she would love them. good old-fashioned italian food. >> great meat balls. everybody should love these meat balls. we would love it if you would sign our dish. while you're doing that i want people to know
virtuoso. steve martin sent you a tweet. congratulations, chris thile for winning a macarthur. >> that's amazing. >> why the mandolin for you? >> when i was 2 years old, i saw a fellow playing a mandolin in a pizza place. it was small and high pitched and so was i. and i loved the rhythmic precision. it is a string instrument that has a lot of responsibility in a string band. >> listen. >> sell it. sell it. >> yeah. yeah. will it change your life? >> yeah, i mean, it is sort of like someone cutting the leash around your ankle. it gives you an enormous amount of time and room. it is like finding an extra room in your apartment. i need that insurance. >> what will it do? >> it will give me the opportunity to say no a little bit more often. i can sit on my couch and play and think and write. >> congratulations. thank you for joining us. >>> this special teenager expects no special treatment. we will meet the one-legged soccer player who has gotten national attention. that is next on "cbs this morning." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a massachusetts soccer player has scor
cultures. >> simultaneously being part of two cultures. >> and being a mandolin virtuoso, steve martin sent you a tweet. congratulations to chris thile, mandolin player extraordinaire and musical innovator. >> that's amazing. >> why the mandolin for you? >> when i was 2 years old, i saw a man playing a mandolin in a place called that pizza place. it was small and high pitched and so was i. i loved the rhythmic precision of it. it's a stringed instrument that has a lot of responsibility. it kind of -- >> oh, yeah. listen. >> sell it, thile, sell it. >> will it change your life? >> yeah, it gives you -- it's sort of like someone cutting the little leash around your ankle. it gives you an enormous amount of time and room. it really is like -- i told a friend of mine, it's like finding an extra bedroom to your apartment. >> you're still teaching at m.i.t. >> yeah, i need that reassurance. >> and you? >> it's going to give me the opportunity to say no a little bit more often. i can just sit on my couch and play and think and write. >> congratulations. thank you for joining us. >>> the special te
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